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It looks like low pressure will see us out for what is rest of August.
It looks as if next week, summer will fight back. Low pressure is
approaching the UK. Rainfall totals are not adding up to too much. There
is some low cloud and hill fog around. Clearer skies reaching the
South West later in the night. Temperatures for Northern England
and Scotland going nowhere near as far down as they have done recently.
A lot of this rain is coming through overnight, so behind it, many of us
will start the day tomorrow dry with some hazy sunshine. The last of that
rain beginning to edge away from Eastern Counties of England into the
North Sea. And, again, many of us starting dry, drier weather heading
into southern Scotland. For northern Scotland, after several days of
sunshine, this might come as a shock - the rain won't last all day, much
of it will have cleared by the morning. Away from this next area of
rain, slowly moving from next to east. This could turn quite heavy
for some of us. Either side of that, some sunny spells. A bit of warmth
in that sunshine, too. Strengthening winds for Northern Ireland and
western Scotland. Here, we will see some heavy downpours. By Friday,
some heavy downpours. By Friday circulating around that area of low
pressure, bands of heavy rain, northern and western areas in
particular. That takes us to the weekend. Low pressure, here it is,
still close by. By Sunday, this area of high pressure is going to nudge
in. We will take it day-by-day. On Saturday, low pressure is still
close by. The showers won't make for a washout of the day. Spot the
difference on Sunday - the wind arrows have gone, so lighter winds,
more of us will be dry. Now, the remnants of the hurricane is coming
across from the Atlantic. It is after that next week that high
pressure will build-up and summer is fighting back. That coincides with
some children going back